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So again I didn’t have all the crap you have with your family, and I don’t have the same history of Girls Night Out Vintage T shirt nor had to worry about a recovery period and pain, so those are all factors for you. I just know that if I were you I’d probably never want to get that surgery just out of damn spite. That all said I’ve seen people plenty of times make a mountain out of a small non visible issue as well and it didn’t really matter. So I can’t really judge, but it’s hard to get a clear read on things imho cause adults will not say anything, and friends will not really care how you look at all cause they are your friends already. Kids are a good indicator of what adults are thinking/feeling when they meet you for the first time though so that could help a bit. Anyway I guess what I want to say is, as hard as it is, try to make that decision for yourself and try to leave out everything your parents have made out about it. If you feel like the surgery is something you can make it through and it’ll make you feel / look better then go for it. What makes the decision so hard is there genuinely is no right answer for this, both are perfectly acceptable ways of living your life. Good luck!